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Daily Archives: 04/24/2008

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World’s Largest Penis Erected In China

The stories are just writing themselves this week… It’s thirty feet tall, it’s in an amusement park, and it’s made out of straw-covered steel. I’d be more excited if it lit up or you could ride it, but whatever. [Good Magazine by way of Jockohomo]

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The ‘Mericans Rock The Airwaves

The ‘Mericans will be the featured guest tonight on Boudin Barndance on WRIU 90.3 fm. They’ll be playing songs and taking calls, basically taking over the broadcast, at 8pm and if you don’t have one of those old-fashioned radio thingys you can listen online too!

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Gmail Advertisers Hock Gaseous Rings Around Uranus

I don’t know when I became the trashy teenage boy on the Dose staff, but I’ll (almost) round out my week of talk about yogurt enemas and fruity asses with a mention of this ad, which was at the top of my e-mail this morning.

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Dance Dance Party Party7

“DANCE, DANCE PARTY PARTY” is a hit at Perishable Dance Dance Party Party is a hit …every Friday night at Perishable Theatre in downtown Providence, 5:30 PM, in the 3rd Floor dance studio at Perishable Theatre, 95 Empire Street. (Perishable is located downtown, an easy

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Would you do it?

Go pie-ing, I mean? Projo’s gotta know. Here are some answers — and it goes without saying that the immigrants are somehow to blame: That is when you need to show respect even if you disagree with the other person. I don’t know what is

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and… Textron still sucks

From the Projo: Proposals from shareholders that are not supported by management typically fail. That was the case today for proposals from two separate shareholder groups. One, from a group of religious organizations, called on Textron to issue a detailed report on the company’s foreign

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RI #1 in workplace safety

This is really good news — and as such won’t get mentioned on talk radio or be the subject of Projo staff editorials: Rhode Island had the best record for worker safety in 2006, with the lowest rate of job fatalities, according to the annual